Less than one week after picking up his second offer, wide receiver Dorian Baker added his first Big Ten school to his list.
"Minnesota offered me," said Baker Sunday afternoon. "I'm getting to know Coach Z day by day, looking to build a relationship with him."
The junior also holds offers from Akron and Pittsburgh. Right now he says that all of his offers are pretty equal.
"I would say my interest in Minnesota is medium as of now."
Having a Big Ten offer in his bag is something Baker has been working towards.
"It feels good now that I have that one. Hopefully more will start dropping in."
The junior has also been hearing from several other schools.
"I'm hearing from Louisville, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Cincinnati, Virginia and Penn State."
With the season over with, the wide receiver is excited to hit the road and take some visits.
"I'm going to Pittsburgh February 2nd, Louisville the 23rd and Indiana March 2nd."
Stay with FOX Sports NEXT for the latest on Baker and the rest of the Class of 2014.
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